A computational reproducibility platform that allows researchers
who use Stata to create, collaborate on, and
publish code and datasets freely and makes that work available in
an executable form in published articles and to the research
community as a whole.
The largest collection of community-contributed Stata programs for data
manipulation, statistics, and graphics, maintained by Kit Baum.
Programs can be found within Stata by searchkeyword
and should be installed using [R] ssc.
Information on the quarterly Stata
Journal. A printed and electronic journal containing reviewed
articles related to Stata. Also see
the Stata Technical Bulletin
FAQ. Although the SJ superseded the STB, past STB issues contain
valuable information. The FAQ includes information on how to obtain
over the net the software associated with the published articles.